fictional character

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Noun1.fictional character - an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story)fictional character - an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story); "she is the main character in the novel"
imaginary being, imaginary creature - a creature of the imagination; a person that exists only in legends or myths or fiction
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She had sat on his knee in taverns and other haunts of drunken poets, and it was for her sake, so people said, that he had cured himself of his dissipation, and become the irreproachable literary character that the world knows, whose inspiration had deserted him.
A miniature painter lived there, for there was a large gilt frame screwed upon the street-door, in which were displayed, upon a black velvet ground, two portraits of naval dress coats with faces looking out of them, and telescopes attached; one of a young gentleman in a very vermilion uniform, flourishing a sabre; and one of a literary character with a high forehead, a pen and ink, six books, and a curtain.
It is the literary character of Mordechai that intrigues me.
JK Rowling has made a shocking revelation about her most famous literary character.
A Maurice Greene B Carl Lewis C Valeriy Borzov D Usain Bolt QUESTION 13 - for 13 points: By what name is the literary character Sir Percy Blakeney better known?
Which aristocratic literary character is the son of Captain Cedric Errol?
Among Holmes fans, he is sometimes cited as the actor to have struck the greatest "resemblance" to the literary character, although for me the late, great Jeremy Brett will always take that accolade.
Beatrix Potter's creation is the first children's literary character to appear on a UK coin to mark the 150th anniversary of the author's birth in 1866.
Another popular literary character, now celebrating his centenary, is PG Wodehouse's lovably eccentric creation Bertie Wooster, together with his omniscient gentleman's gentleman Reginald Jeeves.
What is the surname of Jane Austen's literary character Emma?
Chesterton has their been a literary character like Canon Sidney Chambers